Water Logs Issue #1: Supplemental Information



Works Cited:


Silver Streams of Salmon:https://myodfw.com/fishing/species/salmon

https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/plants-animals/fish/?cid=fsbdev2_027105

https://www.tristatesteelheaders.com/salmon-in-school/teacher-materials/osmoregulation-surviving-in-salt-and-fresh-water/

https://wdfw.wa.gov/newsroom/news-release/new-report-documents-other-species-reliance-salmon

https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/west-coast/endangered-species-conservation/original-salmon-stewards#:~:text=The%20Winnemem%20Wintu%20Tribe%20know,is%20thousands%20of%20years%20old.

https://www.oregon.gov/ode/students-and-family/equity/NativeAmericanEducation/Documents/SB13%20Curriculum/Salmon%20and%20Native%20American%20Tribes%20in%20Oregon%20-%20Handout%20revised%209%2020%2020.pdf




Watershed Profile: The Columbia Slough:

Plant Monograph: Willow:
Lindsay gathered information about Salix spp., willow medicine, and native willow species through classes at the Elderberry School (teachers Erico Elderberry and Elise Krohn) and the Arctos School (teachers Missy Rohs and Gradey Proctor).
You can read the full story “Rabbit’s Wish for Snow” by Siksika and Narragansett storyteller Tchin (and listen to the audio) here.
The Somerset rhyme mentioned in the monograph was pulled from Brian Froud and Alan Lee’s Faeries, published 1978.
Other books and stories mentioned:
Margaret Baker’s Discovering the Folklore of Plants
J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of The Rings
Hans Christian Andersen’s Under the Willow Tree, which can be read in full here.

Advice from Water: 
To anonymously submit a question to the Advice from Water column for possible publication in a future edition, click here.

Water Meditation:

For more somatic and nature-informed meditations and similar work, Lindsay recommends researching C.A. Conrad, Jon Leland, Amanda Ackerman, and Reginald Ray.


Picture Credits: 


Free Palestine:


Journalists to follow:
Motaz Azaiza, Plestia Alaqad, Hind Khoudary, Bisan Owda

More on Palestine, pulled from the last edition of Lindsay’s newsletter Pink Dogwood: